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ASFO 49th Annual Meeting & Luncheon – Baltimore, MD

Baltimore
Date: February 19, 2019 - February 19, 2019
Time: 7:00-5:30pm
Location: Baltimore, MD
Presenter: Multiple - See detailed agenda
Contact Information:

Director@asfo.org

Website: http://asfo.org/product/2019-annual-meeting-and-luncheon/
Does this course qualify for the AAFS and ABFO educational requirement? If yes, what is the point allotment?:

1 Point per course hour can be claimed toward point total for Certification Application with ABFO. (See www.abfo.org for complete explanation.); Approval pending for 2 points toward American Academy of Forensic Sciences Odontology Section Advancement for full day attendance. (See www.aafs.org Odontology Section for complete explanation.)

The Annual Scientific Session of the American Society of Forensic Odontology and Annual Business Meeting are held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. The ASFO all day meeting is held on the Tuesday of the dates listed below.  To register please visit the ASFO Store at http://asfo.org/product/2019-annual-meeting-and-luncheon-copy/.

American Society of Forensic Odontology

49th Annual Scientific Session

Baltimore Hilton

401 West Pratt Street

Baltimore, MD

February 19, 2019

 

Forensic Odontology- Principles and Practice

 

Program:            7:00-8:00              Registration and Breakfast

8:00-8:10              Welcome

Jacqueline Reid, DDS, DABFO

President, American Society of Forensic Odontology

 

8:10-8:20              Program Introduction

Robin Ainsworth, DDS, MS, DABFO

President-Elect, American Society of Forensic Odontology

 

8:20-8:30              Forensic Odontology Principles and Practice

Introduction of Tex book-

Thomas David, DDS, DABFO; James Lewis, DMD, DABFO

 

8:30-9:30              Chapter 1- Forensic Sciences and Forensic ID

Melissa Mourges, JD; Chief, Forensic Sciences/Cold Case Unit, Manhattan DA’s Office, New York, NY

Kenneth E. Melson, JD, Senior Advisor on Forensic Science in the Office of Legal Policy at the US Department of Justice, VA

9:30-10:15           Chapter 6- Missing and Unidentified Persons- actual cases

James P. Fancher, DDS, MA, PhD, DABFO; Forensic Odontology Consultant, Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office, San Antonio, TX

10:15-10:30         Break

10:30-11:00         Bringing Our Fallen Home: The impact of forensic identification on the family

 

Sharon R. Bannister, Brig Gen, USAF, DC; Deputy Assistant Director, Education and Training/J7, Defense Health Agency; Assistant Surgeon General for Dental Services, Office of the Surgeon General of the Air Force

 

 

 

11:00-12:00         Chapter 7- Domestic Violence-Techniques for Recording Evidence; Talking to Children About Abuse

John D. Melville, MD; Chief, Division of Child Abuse Pediatrics, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

12:00-1:45           49th Annual Business Meeting and Luncheon

2:00-2:45              Chapter 3- Dental ID and Radiographic Pitfalls

Peter Loomis, DDS, DABFO; Forensic Odontology Consultant, New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator, Albuquerque, NM

2:45-3:30              Chapter 9- Patterned Injury-Is patterned injury analysis a science?; Minimizing bias

James Lewis, DMD, DABFO; Forensic Odontology Consultant, Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences, Madison, AL;  Division of Forensic Odontology, The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine

3:30-3:45              Break

3:45-4:15              Chapter 10-Jusisprudence

Roger Metcalf, DDS, JD, DABF; Chief, Human Identification Laboratory, Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s District Fort Worth, TX

Robert Barsley, DDS, JD, DABFO; Chief Forensic Odontologist, Jefferson Parish Coroner, New Orleans, LA

4:15-4:45              Chapter 11- Expert Witness Guidelines

Thomas David, DDS, DABFO; Forensic Odontology Consultant, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Division of Forensic Sciences, Decatur, GA; Division of Forensic Odontology, The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine

4:45-5:15              Chapter 12- Liability

Roger Metcalf, DDS, JD, DABF; Chief, Human Identification Laboratory, Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s District Fort Worth, TX